John Hall’s Alaska

Family owned and operated for 34 years, John Hall’s Alaska provides guests with fully guided tour itineraries featuring all 5 regions of Alaska, the Yukon and the Canadian Rockies. Our land tours are all-inclusive in nature with in-depth explorations of Alaska’s greatest wilderness destinations. Limited to small groups, we are able to bring guests hands-on and educational wildlife and cultural experiences, revealing the history and ecological wonders that Alaska has to offer.

Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge

Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge is located on the beautiful and remote Fox Island, just a short boat ride from Seward, Alaska. Your adventure begins in Seward when you step aboard a Kenai Fjords Tours cruise. Enjoy Alaska’s remote wilderness and unplug from all electronics in your private waterfront cabin. Cruise with Kenai Fjords Tours to Fox Island in Resurrection Bay and explore the ultimate island escape. Indulge in gourmet, plated meals prepared by your island chef. Awake to morning coffee or tea delivered to your door and watch Kenai Fjords National Park come alive from the comfort of your cabin. Capture the natural beauty of your surroundings with your camera or sketchbook. Treat yourself to walking/hiking and various evening programs offered by our resident naturalist. Expand your time at sea by adding one of our various wildlife and glacier day cruises, or guided sea kayaking to any stay. Your time is yours on the island! As part of our commitment to preserving this pristine wilderness getaway, Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge and the Fox Island Day Lodge derive the majority of their electrical power from generators powered by the sun. Guests are requested to turn off lights when not in use.

Knik River Lodge

Comfortable Lodging – Epic Outdoor Adventures – Award Winning Food Just a one-hour scenic drive from Anchorage, Knik River Lodge offers a remote lodge feeling with easy access. Located at the edge of the Chugach wilderness the outdoor adventures are limited only by your imagination, and having helicopters on site makes getting there easy! Summer dogsled tours on the glacier, heli hiking & biking, glacier tours, aurora viewing, Inspired meeting facilities are perfect for weddings, retreats and small conventions year round.

Major Marine Tours

Major Marine Tours offers world-class wildlife and glacier cruises to two of the most beautiful places in Alaska: Kenai Fjords National Park and Prince William Sound. We are a locally-owned, family company celebrating over 25 years of sharing the beauty of Alaska with our guests. See tidewater glaciers, stunning scenery, whales, and abundant wildlife from our cruises departing from the scenic harbor towns of Seward and Whittier. Our Seward cruises explore the glacier-carved fjords and abundant wildlife of Resurrection Bay and Kenai Fjords National Park, offering some of the best whale watching opportunities in Alaska. Our Whittier cruises through Prince William Sound’s calm, protected waters take you to the area’s dense concentration of glaciers and waterfalls. Most cruises feature onboard National Park Ranger narration and our famous Alaska salmon and prime rib buffet, freshly prepared and served while you cruise. Major Marine Tours is committed to giving back to our community and promoting environmental responsibility in Alaska. Many of us call Alaska home and we are dedicated to supporting the communities that help support us. We are committed to protecting Alaska’s wildlife and landscapes so we can continue sharing Alaska’s grandeur and beauty with our guests.

Maple Leaf Adventures

Selected as an operator of “Best of the World” trips by National Geographic Traveler, Maple Leaf Adventures has pioneered conservation-focused, expedition cruises along the Inside Passage since 1986. With a reputation as one of the west coast’s top sustainable tour operators, its multi-day Alaska cruises give guests unique insight into the region’s natural wonders, often areas that were once under threat of destruction. Expeditions differ from your typical cruise ship; guests are immersed in the natural and cultural history of the world they are exploring, each day becoming more in tune with the rhythms of the coast. Small groups move between locations and live and dine aboard a classic, converted tugboat. She accommodates up to twelve guests with a crew of five, including a naturalist and chef.

Maple Leaf Adventures is an innovator in regenerative tourism. One of the first operators of small-boat travel in Alaska, BC’s Great Bear Rainforest and northwestern Vancouver Island, they allocate significant resources to support and build a conservation-based economy on the coast. Maple Leaf’s leaders are fuelled by their education in environmental studies and social responsibility. Their vision is to drive a made-on-the-coast, high-quality nature-based tourism industry, that has a symbiotic relationship with coastal ecosystems and cultures and integrates with both indigenous and western cultures along the coast.

Red Onion Saloon & Brothel Museum

The Red Onion Saloon & Brothel Museum is on the list of National Historic Landmarks and was once considered Skagway’s finest bordello. These days, it operates as a saloon and restaurant downstairs, while upstairs guests can delight in a fun & informative tour of the celebrated brothel museum.

Steamboat Bay Fishing Club

Steamboat Bay Fishing Club is an exclusive venue for spectacular angling adventures with family and friends, the nearest lodging to Southeast Alaska’s best fishing spots. The Club hosts groups of up to 24 on remote Noyes Island, 31 square miles of privacy perfectly suited for an idyllic getaway. Guests choose from two stunning guesthouses—The Lodge or The Residence—both appointed with regional decor and Alaska Native artwork, and each offering a dedicated crew, a private chef, and a wealth of comforts and amenities on the last frontier: gourmet dining, open bars, saunas, hot tubs, Club rooms…. Fish for king and silver salmon, halibut, lingcod, and more than 20 other species, while enjoying high-performance cabin cruisers, top guide service, professional fish processing, kayaking, nature trails, and wildlife watching.

Waterfall Resort Alaska

The most popular lodge in Alaska, Waterfall Resort is a meticulously restored 1912 cannery turned world-class fishing venue. Located on Prince of Wales Island near Ketchikan, the 52-acre property attracts anglers of all skill levels with its expert guides, one-to-one crew-to-guest ratio, and famed fishing for king and silver salmon, halibut, lingcod, and rockfish. All gear and fish processing are included in Waterfall Resort’s wild Alaska fishing adventures. Anglers fish nor more than four to a cabin cruiser, and enjoy oceanfront lodging, hearty meals, a lively saloon, a golf tee, and a spectacular wilderness setting showcasing all the region’s natural beauty.

Wings Airways & Taku Glacier Lodge

We are honored to share a part of Juneau’s history with you, as you fly in a classic DeHavilland Otter seaplane from the capital’s historic waterfront and beyond. View the remnants of an ice age as you soar over 5 glaciers branching from the Juneau Icefield. Experience a river landing in front of the rustic and elegant Taku Glacier Lodge, where a salmon feast awaits you. Soak up nature in the best possible place- remote wilderness of Alaska. A birds-eye view, getting in the heart of wild nature and appreciating the bountiful waters and land of Alaska is what makes us what we are and what we value sharing with so many.